eMedicoz, a mobile application for healthcare professionals and medical students to build their professional network and sharing knowledge, was launched here recently.
Hyderabad: eMedicoz, a mobile application for healthcare professionals and medical students to build their professional network and sharing knowledge, was launched here recently.
Medical education centric mobile based platform
It is now available for both, Apple and Android users bring to reality a unique vision of creating a digital medical community and professional network for students, practicing doctors and healthcare professionals. The app is India’s first medical education centric mobile based platform where doctors and medical students can interact with each other and experts. The platform comprises of discussion forums for all different aspects and fields of medicine.
Medical students can get insightful knowledge and discuss cases/questions on different forum through this online space. Budding doctors can get idea about latest technological developments in the field of medicine. With an aim to bridge the gap amongst medical students preparing for various career opportunities at post-doctoral level and provide them a common platform it was developed. It is available both for android and ios platforms.
On this app various eLearning courses and medical learning videos are available. Some of the courses and video lectures are free and some are on subscription based model. According to the Dr Sumer Sethi, man behind the app who himself is an edupreneur & practicing radiologist,” We aim to disrupt the way medical education based content is consumed by medical graduates.
In this app we are bringing a concept of blended learning. Courses will be a blend of live streaming & recorded videos which will be followed by post tests. Globally today it is recognised blended learning along with support by digital community accelerates the learning curve for any student and we want to pioneer this in India.”
He further said, ’This app will be particularly useful for doctors preparing for various post graduate exams including NEET PG, NEET Super specialty, USMLE, PLAB, MRCP, Australian & Canadian exams’. He concluded by sharing his vision to break the barriers that exist for medicos in their learning activities with this digital initiative and probably this is why he has pragmatically named this application, “eMedicoz”.